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How a Nationwide Driver Shortage is Affecting Auto Transport Prices

There’s a nationwide driver shortage right now, with industry officials estimating some 60,000 positions have yet to be filled. While major chains such as Walmart and Amazon have so far weathered the issue, car shipping prices are going up as a result. Car transportation is a pretty big industry, despite most people not realizing it. And it […]

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Partial Truckload Shipping Services?

Everyday across America semi trucks with flatbed trailers, dry van trailers, and any other of the numerous types freight and equipment transporting specialized trailers travel highways, interstates, city streets and rural roads to deliver millions of pounds of freight daily. These trucks keep the economy moving, they keep businesses with the supplies and equipment they need to operate, they […]

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Auto Transport for Dummies

Auto Transport? In layman’s terms, it is the act of moving a car from one state to another through some type of the various car shipping methods. Usually, this is done on the back of an open carrier. Not unlike the ones you see hauling new cars to dealerships on the highways. They’re the most […]

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Securing Truckload Capacity

2019 promised and shows continued growth and above-average truckload demand. While there are no shortcuts to fixing the capacity gap, shippers can take steps to ensure their freight moves on time. 1. Create a core carrier program: Establish relationships with large providers who can help you with a run-up in demand and regional carriers who have […]

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Can I Put Personal Items in my Vehicle for Transport?

In the auto transport industry, it is usually never a good idea to put items in your vehicle to be transported. There are quite a few reasons why you shouldn’t. In this article we will talk about a few of the biggest reasons why you shouldn’t put items inside your vehicle. In some cases you […]

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Completed Order: 2013 Ford F-150

This 2013 Ford F-150 was picked up in Panama City, FL on Wednesday, May 8, 2019 and delivered this morning to Zeigler Nissan of Orland Park in Orland Park, IL. If you are in need of auto transport services, rely on the experts of Millennium Transport Corp. to get the job done. We offer guaranteed […]

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Understanding Bill of Lading

  The Bill of Lading (BOL) is one of the most important legal documents when transporting a vehicle. The Bill of Lading is not only your receipt for the transportation service, it is also an inspection report, a dispatch report and a terms and conditions sheet all in one. Understanding what your Bill of Lading […]

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What are Concierge Transport Services?

Concierge transport services are the services that we offer at no extra cost to our customers. These services include: A free car wash inside and out after your car has been delivered. Free rental car if it takes longer than 14 days from pickup to delivery. Your own personal concierge that will be with you […]

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Truck Drivers: Employees or Independent Contractors? It Matters for Workers’ Comp

Whether truck drivers are classified as employees or independent contractors is becoming an increasingly difficult challenge for many motor carriers when it comes to workers’ compensation and other insurance coverages, industry experts said. Over the past 10 years, the trucking industry has undergone a “fundamental” shift to more motor carriers having independent contractor and owner-operators […]

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Drivers Need Some TLC

With the American Trucking Associations projecting a shortfall of 174,00 truck drivers by 2026, it is important for organizations to understand and address driver concerns in order to retain a strong workforce and attract new talent. Third-party logistics provider Kenco and CarrierLists conducted a recent driver survey that reveals their frustrations, concerns, and priorities, thus […]

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